Sunday, April 10, 2016

I have put this up to show you that people are receptive. Thirteen of them, so far, have given this recent collage of mine a Like on one Facebook page. So, what if I got, say, 150 million Americans to see it? How many of them would Like it? 

As soon as the Altgens photo came out and people saw the headless figure , they should have reacted immediately by saying, "No fuckin' way! That's fake! Shit, they're lyin' to us! They killed him! They killed Kennedy!" 

The above is in quotes for good reason: because I was paraphrasing someone: comedian Bill Hicks. He loved doing bits on JFK. And what he said at the time was that that's how people would react if they had the opportunity to look out the 6th floor window at lower Elm Street from the Sniper's Nest- which is glassed off at the Sixth Floor Museum in Dealey Plaza.  

Here, watch and listen to him yourself.

That was from his last Special in 1992. Bill Hicks died of pancreatic cancer in 1994. 

Hear ye! Hear ye! I say it is high time to add Bill Hicks to the list of suspicious JFK deaths. Don't people suspect that Jack Ruby's cancer was induced? That was in the 1960s, so why couldn't they have done it in the 1990s?

I am glad to see that others have said the same. Here's one:


Bill Hicks

(December 16, 1961 – February 26, 1994)

There have been many comedians who have trail-blazed in the tradition of socially-conscious, political comedy -- Lenny Bruce, George Carlin and Richard Pryor just to name a few. There was but one Bill Hicks whose brand of no-holds-barred commentary challenged audiences to confront their own ignorances while educating them to bitter realities and truths that exposed the absurdities in contemporary life. Hicks was unusual in that he used his comedy like a sniper uses a rifle after a target, and his wit was deadly accurate. Politically astute and culturally aware, Bill Hick's dark comedic edge went after religious hypocrisy, consumerism, institutionalised mediocrity, political crimes and uncomfortable glimpses into satanised depravity as the character "Goatboy".  His humour can be correctly categorised as government upsetting, and He was one of the very few comedians to ever explore conspiracies   directly in his shows such as the JFK assassination and the Waco conflagration best demonstrated in this clip here:

On June 16th, 1993 Bill Hicks was diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer after complaining of pains in his side on his Australian tour. He died shortly from it's fast advancement at 11:20 PM, February 26th, 1994. As you'll read at this site his was a life cut short by cancer and he is far from alone. When you apprise yourself of the deaths of Jack Ruby and Bob Marley, you'll see just how cancer can be induced and used as an effective covert assassination tool.


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